THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
40—Friday, Novembor 13, 1970
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act ivities in Society
Detroit and Windsor sisterhood women will participate next week
in the 47th anniversary convention of Women's Branch, Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of America, in the Hotel New Yorker. Per-
sonalities in the Orthodox community will address the women, who
will explore today's changing societal patterns and their impact on
women and their families. Local women planning to attend include
Mesdames Seymour Ribiat, president of the Great Lakes Chapter, wom-
en's branch; Hyman Groskind, president of Young Israel of Oak-Woods
Sisterhood; and Carl Zalev, president, and Louis Parnes, delegate,
respectively, of Shaar Hashomayim Sisterhood.
The national executive committee of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. will convene in Washington. D.C.
this weekend, at the Dupont Circle Hotel. Mrs. Harry L. Friedmin,
president of the Department of Michigan, will attend, along with Mrs.
John Nemon, past national president and a member of the national
budget committee; and Mrs. Jack Iden, national education and
People Make News
Rabbi PHILIP FRANKEI2. of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, East Lans-
ing, will represent the Jewish
Chautauqua Society as lecturer at
Hillsdale College. Rabbi ALLAN
I. FREEHLING of the Collingwood
Avenue Temple, Toledo, will rep-
resent the society as lecturer at
Siena Heights College, Adrian.
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Dr. ZION COHEN-IMACH has
taken office as the new president
of the DATA, the central repre-
sentative body of Argentine Jewry.
He said the unity of the Jewish
community, support of Israel and
support for the rights of Jews
everywhere, particularly in the
Soviet Union and the Arab states,
are the main concerns of the orga-
nization. It also will continue to
fight local anti-Semitism which
"regrettably persists," he said
Rabbi BERNARD M. COHEN,
the nation's first rabbi to serve on
the faculty of a Roman Catholic
college, was installed as rabbi of
Sinai Temple, Springfield, Mass.,
with 100 Catholic and Protestant
clergymen looking on. The instal-
lation included the participation of
two Catholic nuns from Indiana, a
rabbi from Indianapolis and a min-
ister from Michigan, the Rev.
LOUIS GERHARDT of Southfield,
chairman of the National Associa-
tion of Congregational Ministers.
Rabbi Cohen taught history at St.
Mary of the Woods College in In-
diana for eight years.
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Rabbi MILTON ROSENBAUM
of Temple Emanu-El is among the
rabbis chosen from 33 communi-
ties in the United States and Can-
ada to attend the 39th general
assembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
at the Muehleban Hotel, Kansas
City, as recipients of the "Rab-
binical Awards" of the federa-
tions, councils and welfare funds
of their local communities. In all,
37 rabbis are attenwing the five-
day assembly as guests of their
local community organizations.
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Detroit economist Prof. SAMUEL
M. LEVIN was selected by the
editors of the Dictionary of Inter-
nationl Biography for inclusion in
the 1971-72 eighth edition of the
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Dr. MAX A. BURGER, 37, asso-
ciate professor of biochemical
science at Princeton University, is
head of the research team that
claims to have stopped cancerous
behavior in cells taken from
animals and restored these cells
to normal. The discovery, consider-
ed a breakthrough in the war on
cancer, was described by Dr. Bur-
ger and an assistant in a British
scientific journal, Nature Maga-
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The annual dinner of the Buf-
falo Committee for State of
Israel Bonds Nov. 22 will honor
ELIAS B. and IDA JACOBS, the
editor-publisher team of the Buf-
falo Jewish Review, which has
completed 50 years of publication.
They will be awarded the Israel
Freedom Medal for their many
years of service to the community,
Judaism and Israel.
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HARRIET BERG, Jewish Center
dance coordinator and co-chairman
of the Detroit Metropolitan Dance
Project, took part in the planning
of the residency of the Paul. Taylor
Dance Company in Detroit, under
the sponsorship' of the National
Endowment for the Arts and six
major community organizations.
These include the Jewish Center,
where Taylor taught a special
repertory class for experienced
dancers this week.
HENRY LEWIS, one of the most
dynamic young conductors on the
American music scene, opens a
two-week engagement with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Nov.
19 and 21.
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You Name it, We shoat it!
Dr. Ell M. Brown, chairman of
the department of anesthesiology
at Sinai Hospital and adjunct
associate professor of anesthes-
iology at Wayne State Univer-
sity's school of medicine, has
been elected chairman of the
board of governors of the Amer-
ican College of Anesthesiologists.
certifying body of the American
So c i e t y of Anesthesiologists.
Dr. Brown, 47, received his BS
and MD degrees from the Uni-
versity of Maryland. Before com-
ing to Sinai in 1954, he was on the
staff of the Jewish Hospital of
Brooklyn, Veterans Hospital and
Cumberland City Hospital, Brook-
lyn. He also was a clinical assist-
ant professor at the University
of the State of New York. He is
past president of both the Wayne
County and Michigan societies of
anesthesiologists, and the Michi-
gan delegate to the American
Society of Anesthesiologists.
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The Junior Division of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation will hold
an open board meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Whitehall Com-
Michael W. Maddin, president of
the division, said Dr. Abraham
Elson, assistant clinical professor
of child psychiatry at Wayne State
University School of Medicine,
will speak on "Breakdown in Jew-
ish Family Life."
Dr. Gertrude Gass, consulting
psychologist affiliated with the
Advanced Behavioral Science Cen-
ter and the Continuum Center for
Women at Oakland University;
and Norman Robbins, attorney and
president of the Inter-Professional
Association on Marriage, Divorce
and the Family, Inc., also will
The Junior Division is compris-
ed of Jewish Young Adults age
You know very well that after a
18-30. Anyone interested , in activi-
ties of the '11,i'vialph`,10 invited to certain age a man, has only one
speech.—George Bernard Shaw
the board meeting.
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Israel on Good-Will Team;
Mayors of Leningrad and
Natanya Eye Exchange
LE HAVRE (JTA)—At the clos-
ing session of the meeting of the
International Federation of Twin
Cities' executive committee, Oved
Ben Ami, mayor of Natanya, who
represented Israel, proposed that
a good-will mission, composed of
representatives of Western and
Eastern cities, should be sent to
Britain and North and South Am-
erica, to recruit more members
for the federation and to promote
international understanding and
the brotherhood of man.
The proposal was adopted, and
Israel was nominated as a mem-
ber of the mission which is ex-
pected to go out in February or
Ben Ami and Alexander Sizov,
Leningrad's mayor, discussed the
possibility that Natanya should
have a Leningrad Ave. and Lenin-
grad a Natanya Ave Sizov said he
would bring the proposal before
his city council for discussion
Ben Ami said he would be pre-
pared to implement the idea
mediately if Sizov would agree to
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Juniors to Install
Officers at Service
in Bnai Moshe
Bnai Moshe Junior Congregation
will hold its installation of officers
Saturday after 8:45 a.m. services
conducted by Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth in the main sanctuary.
Dr. Moses Lehrman will install
the following officers: Mark Thir-
man, president; Marty Pasternak,
vice president; Lisa Roth, corres-
ponding secretary; Lori Heiman,
recording secretary; Mark Hyman,
program chairman; Mark Owens
and Douglas Ruben, gabais.
Following services, parents and
Junior Congregation members will
attend a luncheon in the social hall,
sponsored by the youth commis
Bnai Moshe Sophomore Chapter
and Beth Achim youth will hold
a hayride party 7:30 p.m. that day.
They will meet at Bnai Moshe and
proceed to Roy's Ranch.
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